Matt Dyckman is a counsel in Goodwin’s Financial Industry, Banking, Consumer Financial Services, and FinTech practices. Mr. Dyckman has extensive experience in corporate finance and securities, mergers and acquisitions, and banking and financial services, and is kept informed of legal developments for the broader financial services industry as co-Editor of Goodwin’s Financial Services Weekly News Roundup.

Mr. Dyckman represents banks, investment banks, mortgage companies, mortgage servicers, real estate investment trusts, payment processors and other financial institutions in corporate and securities transactions. He assists issuers, underwriters, placement agents and investors with capital raising transactions, including public and private offerings of equity and debt securities, conversions of thrift institutions from mutual to stock form and trust preferred securities. He also has significant M&A experience, advising on acquisitions of public and private companies, tender offers, spin-offs, asset acquisitions, branch purchases and acquisitions of failed financial institutions and distressed assets. Mr. Dyckman also advises financial and non-financial companies with corporate and limited liability company formations, holding company formations and reorganizations, and other general corporate matters.

Mr. Dyckman counsels public companies in connection with their periodic securities law filings under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and proxy statements and related shareholder meeting materials. He also advises on securities law compliance matters (including Sarbanes-Oxley and insider trading compliance), and New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq and NYSE Amex compliance and listing matters.

He advises senior management, boards of directors and board committees on a broad range of corporate governance matters, shareholder relations, shareholder activism, takeover defenses and proxy contests/contested elections and state law fiduciary duty issues.

Mr. Dyckman has extensive experience with federal banking laws and regulations and in dealing with federal and state bank regulatory agencies. He helps clients navigate the sweeping changes required by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and routinely advises banks and other financial institutions on a broad range of regulatory matters, including compliance with the Bank Holding Company Act and the Home Owners' Loan Act, regulatory capital requirements, permissible investments and activities, transactions with affiliates, lending limits, anti-money laundering and Bank Secrecy Act compliance, responses to examination issues and transaction-related matters, regulatory enforcement agreements and de novo bank chartering.

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Corporate Finance

Mr. Dyckman's capital raising experience covers a wide range of public and private offerings, including initial public offerings (IPOs), follow-on and secondary offerings, private placements, convertible securities offerings and Rule 144A offerings. He has served as counsel in connection with more than $20 billion in equity and debt offerings, in offerings ranging in size from $1 million to more than $7.5 billion.

His transactions include representing:

  • The U.S. Department of the Treasury in connection with three separate equity investments in GMAC under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), totaling more than $15 billion in gross proceeds to support GMAC’s ability to originate new loans to Chrysler dealers and consumers and bolster its regulatory capital and Tier 1 common equity ratios
  • The issuer in connection with a $3.4 billion second step conversion and public offering by a Delaware incorporated savings and loan holding company
  • The underwriters in connection with a $688 million second step conversion and public offering by a Pennsylvania-based savings and loan holding company
  • The underwriters in a $460 million follow-on common equity offering by a New York-based savings and loan holding company
  • The underwriter in connection with a $115 million follow-on offering by a Massachusetts-based bank holding company, which involved the purchase of an additional $75 million of convertible preferred equity by a prominent private equity fund
  • A Pennsylvania-based bank holding company in connection with the issuance of $10.8 million of convertible trust preferred securities to a private investor
  • The underwriters in an $18.4 million public offering of REIT preferred securities
  • A New York chartered commercial bank in connection with its $26 million private placement of common stock
  • A New York chartered commercial bank in connection with its de novo formation and $22 million public offering of common stock
  • The underwriter in the $15 million IPO of a national bank
  • A publicly traded mortgage REIT in connection with follow-on offerings and At-the-Market (ATM) offerings of common stock

Mergers & Acquisitions

Mr. Dyckman has served as acquirer's or seller's counsel in M&A transactions valued at more than $10 billion. His experience includes a broad range of acquisition structures, including statutory mergers, stock and assets purchases, exchange offers and tender offers with transaction values ranging in size from $5 million to more than $1 billion.

His transactions include representing:

  • A Delaware incorporated savings and loan holding company in connection with its $1.9 billion acquisition of a bank holding company
  • A federal savings association in connection with its $75 million acquisition by a Massachusetts savings bank
  • A New Jersey chartered commercial bank in connection with its $119 million acquisition by a New Jersey chartered savings bank
  • A Delaware incorporated bank holding company in connection with its $55 million acquisition by a New York incorporated bank holding company
  • A foreign bank in connection with its $5 million acquisition of a privately held mortgage originator
  • A private equity fund in connection with its $35 million acquisition of a publicly traded mortgage company
  • A publicly traded mutual holding company in connection with its remutualization and $11 million acquisition by a Massachusetts mutual savings bank
  • A private equity fund in connection with its $12 million acquisition of a structured settlements company
  • A publicly traded electronic components manufacturer in connection with its $7 billion acquisition by a private equity fund
Professional Activities

Mr. Dyckman is a member of the Banking Law Committee of the American Bar Association, as well as its Community Bank and Savings Association, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Securities, Capital Markets and Derivatives Subcommittees.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Goodwin, Mr. Dyckman was a partner at Dentons US LLP in Washington, D.C. He previously practiced at Thacher Proffit & Wood LLP.

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J.D., 1994
Duke University School of Law
B.A., 1991
University of Virginia

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